Which beauty box subscription was the best in January 2018? Ipsy, Birchbox or Boxycharm? See for yourself...

Battle of the Boxes: January 2018

So, a new thing I want to do each month is to review my three beauty box subscriptions: Ipsy, Birchbox, and Boxycharm. I will review each product in each box and compare them with the other products… and then I will let you know which box was the best out of the three. This is a fun way to try some new products and share my opinions with the world…but more importantly, these boxes are now a tax write-off for me. So let’s kick off the “Battle of the Boxes” series with January 2018:

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Do you love shopping at ULTA as much as I do? Check out some of my favorite products from my March 2017 ULTA haul!

My March 2017 ULTA Haul

So ULTA plays these mind tricks on you to get you to spend more money. First they send me an email saying that the new Urban Decay Full Spectrum palette is on sale for 35$. Done. Then they say “you can either spend 7$ on shipping or spend 15$ more to get free shipping”. Done. Then they say “if you buy one more ULTA brand product, you’ll get a free gift bag”. Done. So basically, I got all of this goodness for just 65$ and I’m pretty excited about it. Here’s what I think about some of the key products from my March 2017 ULTA haul….

Do you love shopping at ULTA as much as I do? Check out some of my favorite products from my March 2017 ULTA haul!

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What do Paul Mitchell and Patron have in common? The answer will definitely surprise you...

Paul Mitchell and Patron?

The other day, somebody mentioned to me that he had just learned that Paul Mitchell and Patron were owned by the same person. True? Partially. Let me explain….

What do Paul Mitchell and Patron have in common? The answer will definitely surprise you...

Paul Mitchell was founded by two young entrepreneurs in 1980. The iconic hairstylist, Cyril Mitchell (who later went by the name Paul Mitchell) and John Paul DeJoria started the world-famous Paul Mitchell hair product line with just 700$ and a dream. The business office originally consisted of just a P.O. Box and a message recording. They sold only the most basic products: shampoo one, shampoo two and the conditioner.

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